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Daria 5 Seasons

Season 1
4.6 out of 5 stars (441) IMDb 8/10

The people of Lawndale just don't get Daria Morgendorffer. See, Daria was born alienated, and now she's just trying to make it through high school with as little human contact as possible. Daria lacks enthusiasm, but she makes up for it with sarcasm.

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Season 1

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1. Esteemsters

Daria and Quinn arrive at their new school. Quinn makes friends easily. Our Daria does not. We meet Daria's teachers, her family and her new best friend, Jane.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: March 3, 1997
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2. The Invitation

Daria is invited to a party at Brittany's. So is Quinn - oh the horror for both! To our surprise Daria and Jane attend the party and mayhem ensues.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: March 10, 1997
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3. College Bored

Helen and Jake decide that Daria and Quinn may not be prepared for college. They enroll the two of them in a college prep course. This requires a trip to Helen and Jake's alma mater, where Quinn is named Keg Queen and Daria starts her own business.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: March 17, 1997
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4. Cafe Disaffecto

Daria reluctantly becomes involved in the opening of Lawndales's new student coffeehouse. She also becomes involved in its closing.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: March 24, 1997
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5. Malled

Daria's economic class takes a field trip to a new enormous mall. Daria is sickened by the teeming masses. She discovers Quinn playing hooky in the mall. Daria is no longer sick.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: April 1, 1997
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6. This Year's Model

Lawndale High has a couple of visitors, claiming to be modeling scouts looking for the next Christy Turlington. Quinn and Brittany have high hopes. Daria and Jane are revolted by their presence.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: April 7, 1997
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7. The Lab Brats

Daria and Kevin are forces to work as lab partners in science class. The homework consists of teaching a mouse tricks. Daria does all of the work, of course, while Kevin watches football on TV and flirts with Quinn.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: April 14, 1997
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8. Pinch Sitter

Quinn gets Daria to baby sit for her. Daria, who has no interest in being an authority figure since she doesn't respect authority, is stuck with two well-behaved "PC" kids who say things like "We don't like commercials - they lie."

TV-14 CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: June 9, 1997
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9. Too Cute

Quinn decides she needs cosmetic surgery, and drags Daria to the doctor with her. She is happy to consult with Quinn, but very interested in Daria, whom she views as a long-term project and potential masterpiece.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: June 16, 1997
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10. The Big House

The annual teachers-verses-deejays roller hockey game is coming, and there is a good chance that the students will get to see Mr. Demartino die of an aneurysm during the game - but Daria is going to miss it because she is grounded by her parents.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: June 30, 1997
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11. Road Worrier

Daria and Jane hitch a ride to the "Alternapalooza" festival with Jane's brother Trent (Daria's heartthrob) and his friend Jesse. Their van doesn't work so well, but it's an interesting trip.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: July 7, 1997
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12. The Teachings of Don Jake

Jake's stress level is reaching critical mass, so the Morgendorffers go on a camping trip. Like that's gonna help.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: July 14, 1997
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13. The Misery Chick

Lawndale high is a buzz with homecoming preparations. The quarterback who lead the team to the state championship three years ago is returning! Then he has a tragic accident, which ironically leads to sudden popularity for our Daria.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: July 21, 1997
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Network MTV
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I so loved the first season of Daria. Refreshingly nihilistic and amoral, this classic MTV animated series from the 1990s represented a truly wonderful break from the saccharine pap we're usually fed. It offered us a take on high school life light years away from the idealised vision to be found in so many shows. What we have here is considerably closer to the brutal - and just plain stupid - reality. What's more, "Daria" is a show that manages to pull all this off with a dry, rapier wit, and its own tersely ironic sense of style.

I know that five star reviews tend to predominate here on Amazon. So much so that it becomes almost a running joke. I think that's because according to Amazon's stated guidelines, five stars simply means "I love it!", and most folks tend to review what they love. But in all honesty, this really is an extraordinarily good piece of animation. One well worthy of five stars by just about any criteria.

As is the case with any TV show transferred to other formats, it needs to be acknowledged that there are really two issues here: the show itself and the transfer. As most readers will already know, with Daria the big issue with the transfer was always going to be the music. Because the original show sampled from so many popular artists, a full and faithful reproduction on a non-bootlegged release was always going to be a copyright impossibility. In the end, virtually none of the original background music survived.

Given this reality, for the most part I take off my hat to the musicians who did end up providing the substitute background music. They took on what was always going to be a thankless task and for the most part acquitted themselves pretty well.
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Daria is a spin off of Beavis and Butt-head but the humor and tone of the series is completely separate. Daria is one of my favorite shows of the 90's and easily one of the greatest animated series of the 90's. There many gems from old MTV days and this is one I miss most!
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I was in middle school when I began watching Daria. My love for the show was immediate. Daria was the first female character I felt connected to, as if the creation of her character gave young girls the feeling that finally the world at large recognized women who approached life much like Daria (but had been lacking Daria's innate self-esteem to live often close to existentialism). Her character battled for a supreme form of feminism through narration and story, rather than didactic lectures that would've merely supported the negative stereotype of a feminist. For me and my girlfriends, suddenly there was a show that followed not just a "brain" but one that was female, and her dedication to the critical analysis of her peers was inspiring; she recognized (most of the time, as evidenced with her occasional daydreams of her potential future) American education was peppered with fallacies so Daria's attempts to challenge herself also challenged the school faculty. Her tendency toward educational anarchy despite the value she placed in her grades was then a way for the show to subtly support a student taking more command of their education when considering how much K-12 performance (standardized) effected their future. The show gave me an alternative method of introspection: WWDD? What would Daria do?
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By Dusty on August 15, 2013
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I like the no nonsense approach to reality. It's refreshing to see such stupidity pointed out in an everyday setting. The characters are caught up in the facade of society and have a poignant way of pointing out the stupidity.
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I loved Daria in the 90’s, and I love that is available on Amazon On Demand! For those who missed this amazing show when it first aired, Daria and her sister Quinn move to Lawndale at the start of the first season. Daria is a sarcastic, smart teen whose realistic perspective on life and lack of enthusiasm for fitting in has led her to be unpopular. Quinn, her sister, is the exact opposite and reminds me very much of Cher from the movie Clueless. The series focus on Daria and Quinn navigating their way through two completely different high school worlds and the supporting cast of characters really makes the show. For me, this is animated TV at its finest. No crude jokes, nudity, or anything else you find in adult animated shows today. Instead, the show is a success because it relies on a great script and the character development.
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Watching this in the last few weeks, it's just a true, fresh, and funny as ever. The fashions and technology have changed, but society hasn't changed nearly as much as we think it has. Daria and her best-friend Jane are smart, self-aware under-achievers in a town full of self-absorbed archetypes (the clueless quarterback, the shallow cheerleader, the cruel and vain popular girls -- who include younger sister Quinn, the detached, career-obsessed mother, the weak and neurotic father, the power-mad, bureaucratic principle, the angry, burned-out teacher, the naively well-meaning but ineffectual teacher, and so on, almost all completely, or at least almost completely, lacking self-awareness). Yet the gift of the show is that none of these characters remain entirely two dimensional, and only rarely can be seen entirely in black-and-white terms. There are occasional moments of real warmth, charm, and redemption here, but never enough to blunt the show's sharp, cynical, edge.
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